Jelena Tomašević is a Serbian pop singer of international career famed for her strong vocal performances. She has won numerous awards for her songs and represented Serbia at 2008 Eurovision Song Contest, coming sixth with the song "Oro".
|Born:||Nov 01, 1983, Negotin, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia|
|Genres:||Traditional pop, folk, ethnic|
|Associated acts:||Željko Joksimović|
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About Jelena Tomasevic
Pop singer who represented Serbia in the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Oro." Her first album Panta Rei was released that year and included the song "Nema Koga," which was featured in the film Ivkova Slava.
She won the children's song contest Sarenijada at age eight. She later sang as part of the award-winning group Kud Abrasevic.
In 2009, she and other Eurovision contestants recorded the song Time To Pray, which features lyrics written by Israeli President Shimon Peres.
She married Serbian actor Ivan Bosiljcic in August 2011. Her daughter Nina was born in January 2012.
She grew up in the same town as Marija Serifovic, who won Eurovision in 2007.
Information related to Jelena Tomašević
- Serbian Eurovision Song Contest entrants
- Serbian pop singers
- Serbian female singers